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2020-04-06T02:14:46Z

Four planets appear in the skies of Palestine and the Kingdom at dawn.

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#Astronomical outreach

Four planets appear in the sky of Palestine at dawn hours!

1- The southeastern side, the first of which is Jupiter, which is the largest planet in the solar system, as it appears brighter than the other planets.

2- And near it appears a planet (Pluto), which is only visible to the naked eye, with a telescope.

3- Then a little nearer comes Saturn, which is the second largest planet in the solar system, as it appears with less intensity and lighter shine.

4- Next to it is the red planet Mars, where it appears dimly!

Note that it is easy to observe these planets (with the exception of Pluto), and everyone can monitor them with the naked eye, and they can be distinguished, and the reason why these planets approach each other, and move them in one orbit.

For photographers, in areas (far from light pollution), you will be able to easily observe the arm of the Milky Way at dawn, with the right atmosphere (from clouds, etc.).

may God bless your time with happiness .

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This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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